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Unfortunately sex therapy for couples does not involve the use of a magic wand and a sprinkle of fairy dust that can magically make get you and your partner on the same page when it comes to sex.
Oh if only it were that easy!
But know that if you are here reading this right now you are not alone. And you are probably light years ahead of many of the other couples you know who are too afraid to admit that they too are struggling when it comes to sex.
It is common for many couples to feel like the challenges they are facing in sex are the fault of one partner or the other. One partner typically feels frustrated and tends to be the one "dragging" the other partner to sex therapy while the one being "dragged" often feels inadequate or even guilty as if it is all their fault.
The truth is that both partners contribute to the dynamic that is causing the challenges in sex. Sex therapy for couples helps you to alleviate frustration, resolve guilt, shame and resentment, and puts you both on the path to creating and maintaining the sex you really want to be having instead of the the sex you think you are "supposed" to be having.
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Sep 06, 20 03:14 PM
Echart Tolle seriously dropped the ball on this one...
Aug 26, 20 09:27 AM
People ask me THIS all the time. Were you wondering too?
Aug 04, 20 12:52 PM
Why I don't use incessant validation in my therapy practice